EP2172824B1 - Method and system of wind turbine condition monitoring - Google Patents

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EP2172824B1
EP2172824B1 EP08017322A EP08017322A EP2172824B1 EP 2172824 B1 EP2172824 B1 EP 2172824B1 EP 08017322 A EP08017322 A EP 08017322A EP 08017322 A EP08017322 A EP 08017322A EP 2172824 B1 EP2172824 B1 EP 2172824B1
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  • This invention relates to a method of condition monitoring of a wind turbine, and a wind turbine condition monitoring system therefore.
  • In order to detect irregularities during the operation of a wind turbine and to trigger an alarm condition based upon the detected irregularity, wind turbine monitoring systems of the state of the art obtain measurement values of various kinds and evaluate the values thus obtained to determine if a predefined alarm condition is satisfied.
  • The system proposed in European patent specification EP 1 531 376 B1 begins to capture input measurement values whenever predetermined operation variables of the wind turbine are within a certain predetermined operation range, said operation variables being received from the control system of the wind turbine. Such taking of data upon occurrence of predetermined conditions is often described as triggered capturing or triggered measurements.
  • However, as data capturing commences after a pre-specified triggering condition has been met, the capturing of data may suffer from the incoming data becoming unstable during the intended capturing time. Such instability of the captured values may involve sudden changes of the operating parameters of the wind turbine. The system proposed in the aforementioned European patent specification detects if any of the measured operation variables varies during the entire signal capturing beyond a predefined upper or lower limit, and, if so, aborts the capturing and discards the captured data. A consequence of this is that the capturing procedure must be started again as soon as the triggering condition is met again and further that valuable information is lost by discarding the recorded data.
  • United States patent application publication
  • US 2003/0200014 A1 discusses the need for different alarm thresholds depending on the operating parameters of the monitored device. A similar observation is made regarding wind turbines in Orbit 2Q04, p. 21-27. US 2007/0140847 describes a system for monitoring wind turbines.
  • It is thus an object of present invention to provide a method of condition monitoring of a wind turbine that avoids the loss of input data that might be used for valid condition monitoring even where temporary time intervals of unstable input data occur, and a wind turbine condition monitoring system therefore.
  • This object is achieved by the subject-matter of claim 1 or 15.
  • The invention according to claim 1 is a method of condition monitoring of a wind turbine, comprising the steps of:
    • capturing measurement data to be evaluated and operating condition parameters;
    • selecting a subset of operating condition parameters from the captured operating condition parameters;
    • calculating a set of n characterizing moments based on the selected subset of operating condition parameters;
    • providing a finite n-dimensional space each of the n dimensions representing possible values for one of the characterising moments the n-dimensional space being sub-divided into a number of bins, where each bin represents a n-dimensional interval defined by n one-dimensional intervals each of the n one-dimensional intervals representing an interval in one of the n dimensions, and where each bin defines an acceptable range for the set of n characterizing moments;
    • determining if the set of calculated characterising moments belongs to one of the bins;
    • accepting the set of characterising moments and (typically processed) measurement data if it is detected that the set of characterising moments belongs to one of the bins. Moreover, at least one index for each bin may be provided and the captured measurement data and characterising moments may be tagged with the index, or indices, of the bin to which the set of accepted characterising moments belongs.
  • By calculating characterizing moments of the subset of operating condition parameters and by then determining if the calculated characterizing moments match any one of the bins (that is, one single of the bins), it is established that even when operating parameters undergo rapid changes, data captured from the various sensors can still be used as long as they can be correlated with the characterizing moments and therefore assigned to their respective bin. In this way, discarding of captured data that might have been used for condition monitoring is avoided, and all data that match the correct bin are indeed used for condition monitoring with the present method.
  • Another technical effect of this is that the captured measurement data do not necessarily have to correlate in time but can origin from different times of measuring. With the present method (and system), it is merely required that the characterising moments associated to the captured measurement data match the same bin.
  • Thus, the present method enables to use any valid set of captured measurement data, which can be selected from a continuous capturing of measurement data. As soon as the set of captured measurement data values matches (any) one single of the bins, the data can be used for further evaluation and generation of alarms. Discarding of valuable data becomes unnecessary.
  • The invention can be embodied as provided in the claims referring back to claim 1 and/or as given in the detailed embodiment.
  • For example, in case it is determined that the characterizing moments do not belong to one of the bins, the step of determining if the set of calculated characterising moments belongs to one of the bins may be performed again at a later point of time, i.e. with characterizing moments which are based on a later selected subset of operating condition parameters. Thus, it is established that monitoring is always based on a sound data set, and that the system automatically retries obtaining a proper data set in case of temporary lack of valid data.
  • Additionally or alternatively, in case it is determined that the characterizing moments do belong to one of the bins, it is determined whether measurement data which has undergone one or more processing steps (called processed measurement data in the following) and characterising moments are to be stored in a long-term storage. The step of determining whether the processed measurement data and characterising moments are to be stored in a long-term storage may comprise a step of detecting whether an alarm status has changed with respect to the alarm status of the processed measurement data and characterising moments contained in the long-term storage and the step of storing the processed measurement data and characterising moments in the long-term storage if it is detected that the alarm status has changed. Additionally or alternatively, step of determining whether the processed measurement data and characterising moments are to be stored in a long-term storage may comprise the step of determining whether a given time has passed since the last storing of processed measurement data and characterising moments in the long-term storage and the step of storing the processed measurement data and characterising moments in the long-term storage if it is detected that the given time has passed. The step of determining whether a given time has passed since the last storing of processed measurement data and characterising moments in the long-term storage is, in a special embodiment, only performed if it is detected that the alarm status of the processed measurement data and characterising moments has not changed with respect to the alarm status of the processed measurement data and characterising moments contained in the long-term storage. Thus it is established that the stored association of processed measurement data to bins is always up-to-date.
  • Embodiments may also be characterized in that measurement data and operating condition parameters are continuously captured (obtained and recorded). By such continuous capturing, that may be performed in parallel with the remaining steps of the method so as to run in the background, there is always a sufficient amount of current data available.
  • In embodiments, the set of input captured measurement data and operating condition parameters may comprise measurement data from a condition monitoring system and/or a vibration measurement value and/or a strain gauge measurement value and/or a wind speed measurement value and/or a rotor rotational speed value and/or a generated power value and/or a temperature measurement value and/or a measurement value representative of the amount of metal particles detected in the lubricating oil of the wind turbine.
  • In embodiments, an evaluation method for the captured measurement data and operating condition parameters can be selected based on evaluating a rule definition. In such embodiments, a rule definition repository may contain at least one rule expression and the rule expression may define the type of evaluation method and/or the time of evaluating the captured measurement data and/or the frequency of evaluating the captured measurement data and/or the type of data to be used for evaluating the captured measurement data and/or the amount of data to be used for evaluating the captured measurement data. Thus, the behaviour of the wind turbine condition monitoring system can be easily adjusted to facilitate different factory settings for different product lines, system parameterization during the initial installing of the wind turbine, or maintenance during the lifetime of the installed wind turbine.
  • In embodiments, calculating a characterizing moment can comprise calculating a root mean square and/or a mean value of the selected subset of operating condition parameters.
  • In embodiments of the method, evaluating the captured measurement data may comprises the steps of processing the captured measurement data and comparing the processed measurement data to a predetermined threshold for the bin the set of calculated characterising moments associated to the processed measurement data belongs to.
  • Embodiments may further be characterized in that evaluating the captured measurement data comprises processing the captured measurement data and comparing the processed measurement data with previously processed measurement data associated to characterising moments which belong to the same bin.
  • The invention according to claim 14 teaches a wind turbine monitoring system for the method of condition monitoring of a wind turbine according to any one of claims 1 to 14, comprising a memory or buffer and a processing unit, characterized in that
    • the memory or buffer comprises captured and processed measurement data and captured operating parameters, and a number of bins; and
    • the processing unit is configured to carry out the method steps of the method according to any one of claims 1 to 14.
  • As the person skilled in the art will acknowledge, the wind turbine monitoring system can be embodied by having the processing unit be configured to execute any of the method steps specified in the claims referring back to claim 1 and/or as specified in the detailed description. The processing unit may be configured to execute any of the method steps by appropriate programming, or any combination of specific hardware and/or general-purpose processors and/or application specific integrated circuits and/or software.
  • The invention will be described in more detail below, referring to the following figures:
  • FIG 1
    shows a schematic overview of a first part of an embodiment of the method;
    FIG 2
    shows a schematic overview of the second part of the embodiment of the method, and
    FIG 3
    shows a schematic overview of an embodiment of the wind turbine condition monitoring system.
  • Figure 1 shows a schematic overview of a first part of an embodiment of the method of present invention. The first part deals with evaluating captured measurement data.
  • In step 100, the processing unit of a wind turbine control system continuously captures measurement data to be evaluated and operating condition parameters. These captured measurement data to be evaluated and operating condition parameters may comprise data output from the condition monitor sensors, from meteorological sensors, as well as operating parameters of the wind turbine. The parameters thus measured may, e.g., include the rotating speed of the wind turbine, the power generated by the wind turbine, the wind speed, the temperature of various parts of the wind turbine, vibration data from sensors placed on various parts of the wind turbine, and/or the number of metallic particles detected in the lubricating oil in the wind turbine. As the person skilled in the art will understand, the measurement data to be evaluated and operating condition parameters given herein are referred to by example only, and further kinds of measurement data and operating condition parameters may be used with the present invention as well.
  • The signals containing measurement data to be evaluated and operating condition parameters are captured from various sources. Some signals are captured from sources that are strictly synchronous at high data rates (RPM sampling up to 100 MHz, dynamic signals at 41 kHz, etc.). Other signals are captured from external sources and are tagged with time at the origin. In this case the tagging is synchronised with the wind turbine condition monitoring system. Capturing measurement data is a real-time process that may involve some degree of ring buffering.
  • The captured measurement data to be evaluated and operating condition parameters are either processed in real-time (Step 110) or stored in a memory or a buffer (Step 120) for subsequent offline processing (step 130). Real-time in the sense of the invention means "without loss of data" rather than "guaranteed response time". Examples for real-time processing of captured signals are pulse-counting on oil-debris monitoring equipment, safety critical monitoring of general vibration levels, tower sway detection, over speed detection, etc. Offline processing is used for more sophisticated analysis of captured measurement data, i.e. analysis that is computationally more demanding than the real-time processing and leads, e.g., to autospectra, time series, envelopes, etc. It can take up to one hour to process buffered measurement data.
  • Real-time processing as well as offline processing can lead to specific moments and/or analysis results. Specific moments are calculated from a subset of the captured operating condition parameters which describes the operational state of the turbine. The calculated specific moments allow for characterising the operating condition of the wind turbine. Hence, the specific moments are referred to as characterizing moments in the entirety of the present document. These characterizing moments may, e.g., be a mean value or a root mean square of the parameter values in the subset of operating condition parameters.
  • Real-time processing results and offline processing results are tagged with the time of their original capture and stored in buffers that comprise memory depths measured in hours in step 140. Buffering is done to account for possible processing and communication delays.
  • Actual processing schedules for real-time and offline processing, i.e. certain evaluation methods that are prioritised to apply to measurement data captured in a specified time interval, are selected by the processing unit. Note, that the specified time interval during which the measurement data was captured must match the time interval during which the operating condition parameters for calculating the characterizing moments were captured. Selecting the processing schedules can be implemented by the processing unit activating a certain prespecified data evaluation method, or by selecting a data evaluation method from a number of data evaluation methods implemented in the processing unit. The selection may be implemented based on a rule definition repository in the memory of the wind turbine monitoring system, the rule definition repository comprising a set of predetermined rules which define when and how often a given method is to be applied. In this way, the method and system are enabled to apply different evaluation methods at different times and for different time intervals of captured input measurement values. Thus, the processing unit may evaluate the rule definition repository to select a data evaluation method according to the rule definition comprised therein.
  • Capturing of measurement data to be evaluated and operating condition parameters, real-time processing and offline processing, takes place in parallel with all of the remaining method steps that will be described, so that while the processing unit carries out the further steps as described in the following, measurement data to be evaluated and operating condition parameters are continuously captured and processed in the background.
  • The characterizing moments span a finite n-dimensional space, with one dimension for each of the specific moments discussed above. This n-dimensional space is divided into n-dimensional intervals called bins, where each dimension of an interval represents the range of an acceptable value for one of the characterizing moments.
  • In step 150, the processing unit compares the characterizing moments with a number of bins stored in the memory of the wind turbine monitoring system according to time tags and determines if the respective calculated characterizing moments fall into one of the bins. If the characterizing moments fall into one of the bins, they are recognised as being within acceptable ranges. This process runs in parallel to capture and processing (steps 100 to 140) and also cleans the buffer or buffers used in step 140 for buffering the real-time processing results and the offline processing results, i.e. the characterising moments and the analysis results.
  • In case the characterizing moments do not fall into one of the bins, a wait state is executed in step 160. After a certain waiting time has passed, the system returns to step 150 (compare actual characterizing moments with bins). If, on the other hand, the characterizing moments fall into one of the bins, the captured measurement data is accepted by the system and the processing unit proceeds to step 170.
  • Since evaluating the captured measurement data requires an amount of data that is specific to the selected data evaluation method, and further requires data captured over the time interval specified for the selected data evaluation method, the processing unit determines in step 170 if the required input values are available. If the required input variables are not available, a wait state is executed in step 180. Then, after a certain waiting time has passed, the system returns to step 150 (compare actual characterizing moments with bins).
  • If the required input variables are available, the processing unit proceeds to step 190 evaluate as to whether the processed measurement data and characterising moments are to be stored in a long-term storage. This evaluation can, e.g., involve comparing the processed measurement data with predetermined thresholds for the bin that the data belongs to, i.e. the bin the characterizing moments which are associated with the measurement data falls into. In embodiments, evaluation may alternatively or at the same time involve comparing the processed measurement data with processed measurement data captured at an earlier point of time and which belongs to the same bin (trending). The result of such evaluation can be the generation of alarms, as a result of which the condition monitoring system applying the present method may enter an alarm status corresponding to the generated alarm. The processed measurement data and characterising moments can be stored in the long-term storage if the evaluation shows a change in an alarm state, or if a given time has lapsed since the last storing of processed measurement data and characterising moments.
  • Figure 2 shows a schematic overview of the evaluation as to whether the processed measurement data and characterising moments are to be stored in a long-term storage. Hence, the figure 2 deals with handling and storing the processed measurement data and characterising moments after evaluating to which bin these data belong to.
  • In step 191, the processing unit determines the point of time at which processed measurement data and characterising moments served as the basis for an evaluation has been stored for the last time.
  • In step 192, the processing unit determines if a change of the alarm status has occurred between the actual measurement data and characterising moments and the last data storing, as determined in step 191. If such a change of alarm status has occurred, the method is continued in step 193 in which the processed measurement data and characterising moments is stored in the long term storage.
  • If no change in the alarm status has occurred since the time of last storing, method execution is continued in step 194, in which the processing unit determines if a given time has lapsed since the last storing of processed measurement data and characterising moments. If the given time has lapsed, the method continues to step 193, in which the processed measurement data and characterising moments is stored in the long term storage. If no change in the alarm status has occurred and the given time has not lapsed since the last storing, the processed measurement data and characterising moments can be discarded in step 195.
  • Figure 3 provides a schematic overview of a wind turbine condition monitoring system for use with the embodiment of the method described above. Wind turbine condition monitoring system 1 comprises a processing unit 2 and a memory or buffer 3. As indicated by the arrow, the wind turbine condition monitoring system can be coupled to a wind turbine, or a wind turbine control system, for obtaining the input values required by the condition monitoring system and further for outputting data or commands generated by the condition monitoring system.
  • Memory 3 comprises a rule definition repository 10, in which a number of rules 11, 15 are defined. Rule definition 11 comprises a definition of an evaluation method 12 with a point of time 13 that is associated to the defined evaluation method 12 to define when the evaluation method is to be applied and further comprises an interval definition 14 which specifies the time interval of input data required for data evaluation.
  • Likewise, rule definition 15 comprises a definition for an evaluation method 16 and an associated point of time for execution 17 and further an associated interval of measurement data for use with the evaluation method as defined in 16. Note that the number of rules shown in Figure 3 is only an exemplary description and that the number of rules may, in reality, be larger than two.
  • Memory 3 also comprises a storage area 20 for measurement data to be evaluated 21, 22, and operating condition parameters 23, 24. Note that the number of measurement data to be evaluated shown in Figure 3 and the number of operating condition parameters shown in Figure 3 are only an exemplary description and that the number of measurement data to be evaluated and the number of operating condition parameters may, in reality, be much larger.
  • Further, memory 3 comprises a bin definition repository 30, in which bins 31, 32, 33, and 34 are defined. Each of these bins is a range of acceptable values of the characterizing moments, which is given as an interval of an n-dimensional space. Note that the number of bins shown in Figure 3 is an exemplary description only and that the number of bins may, in reality, be larger or smaller.
  • The present method and system allows to use the maximum possible amount of captured input data and reduces the amount of discarded data to a minimum. In particular, there is no discarding of valid data due to rapid changes of operating parameters during capturing of the data. In the present method and system, data captured from the various sensors can still be used as long as they can be correlated with the characterizing moments and therefore assigned to their correct bin. The approach proposed herein also implies that measurements do not necessarily have to be performed simultaneously in order to be evaluated, or compared to each other. It is just necessary that the measurements, that are the captured input values, are assigned to the same bin.
  • By correlating all data measured (captured input values, for instance obtained from a condition monitoring system) with a set of values that characterizes the operational state of the turbine (characterizing moments), changes in the measured data that are caused by changes in the operational state of the wind turbine can be separated from changes which are caused by changes in the general condition of the wind turbine, such as technical faults or wear of the wind turbine.
  • Thus, the present method and system further enables to detect slow, long-term changes in the condition of the turbine by trending. At the same time, the rate of false alarms is kept low while also the risk of missing detection is kept to a minimum.

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  1. A method of condition monitoring of a wind turbine, comprising the steps of:
    - capturing measurement data to be evaluated and operating condition parameters;
    - selecting a subset of operating condition parameters from the captured operating condition parameters; characterized by
    - calculating a set of n characterizing moments based on the selected subset of operating condition parameters;
    - providing a finite n-dimensional space each of the n dimensions representing possible values for one of the characterising moments the n-dimensional space being sub-divided into a number of bins, where each bin represents a n-dimensional interval defined by n one-dimensional intervals each of the n one-dimensional intervals representing an interval in one of the n dimensions, and where each bin defines an acceptable range for the set of n characterizing moments;
    - determining if the set of calculated characterising moments belongs to one of the bins;
    - accepting the set of characterising moments and measurement data if it is detected that the set of calculated characterising moments belongs to one of the bins.
  2. The method according to claim 1, characterized in that at least one index for each bin is provided and the result of the evaluation of captured measurement data is tagged with the index, or indices, of the bin to which the set of accepted characterising moments belongs.
  3. The method according to claim 1 or claim 2, characterized in that, in case it is determined that the characterizing moments do not belong to one of the bins, the step of determining if the set of calculated characterising moments belongs to one of the bins is performed again at a later point of time.
  4. The method according to any of the claims 1 to 3, characterized in that, in case it is determined that the characterizing moments do belong to one of the bins, it is determined whether processed measurement data and characterising moments are to be stored in a long-term storage.
  5. The method according to claim 4, characterized in that the step of determining whether the processed measurement data and characterising moments are to be stored in a long-term storage comprises a step of detecting whether an alarm status has changed with respect to the processed measurement data and characterising moments contained in the storage and the step of storing the processed measurement data and characterising moments if it is detected that the alarm status has changed.
  6. The method according to claim 4 or claim 5, characterized in that the step of determining whether the processed measurement data and characterising moments are to be stored in a long-term storage comprises the step of determining whether a given time has passed since the last storing of processed measurement data and characterising moments in the long-term storage and the step of storing the processed measurement data and characterising moments if it is detected that the given time has passed.
  7. The method according to claim 5 and claim 6, characterized in that the step of determining whether a given time has passed since the last storing of processed measurement data in the long-term storage is only performed if it is detected that the alarm status has not changed.
  8. The method according to any one of claims 1 to 7, characterized in that measurement data and operating condition parameters are continuously captured.
  9. The method according to any one of claims 1 to 8, characterized in that the captured measurement data and operating condition parameters comprise measurement data from a condition monitoring system, a vibration measurement value and/or a strain gauge measurement value and/or a wind speed measurement value and/or a rotor rotational speed value and/or a generated power value and/or a temperature measurement value and/or a measurement value representative of the amount of metal particles detected in the lubricating oil of the wind turbine.
  10. The method according to any one of claim 1 to 9, characterized in that an evaluation method for the captured measurement data and operating condition parameters is selected based on evaluating a rule definition.
  11. The method according to claim 10, characterized in that a rule definition repository contains at least one rule expression and that the rule expression defines the type of evaluation method and/or the time of evaluating the captured measurement data and/or the frequency of evaluating the captured measurement data and/or the type of data to be used for evaluating the captured measurement data and/or the amount of data to be used for evaluating the captured measurement data.
  12. The method according to any one of claims 1 to 11, characterized in that calculating a characterizing moment comprises calculating a root mean square and/or a mean value of the operating condition parameters.
  13. The method according to any one of claims 1 to 12, characterized in evaluating the captured measurement data which evaluating comprises processing the captures measurement data and comparing the processed measurement data with previously processed measurement data associated to characterising moments which belong to the same bin.
  14. Wind turbine monitoring system for the method of condition monitoring of a wind turbine according to any one of claims 1 to 13, comprising a memory or buffer and a processing unit,
    characterized in that
    - the memory or buffer comprises a number of captured and processed measurement data and captured operating parameters, and a number of bins; and
    - the processing unit is configured to carry out the steps of the method according to any one of claims 1 to 13.
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